SCOTTSDALE AZ - OCTOBER 20: (L-R) Oliver Drake #43 Sammy Solis #51 and Washington Nationals prospect Bryce Harper all playing for the Scottsdale Scorpions warm up in the outfield before the AZ Fall League game against the Mesa Solar Sox at Scottsdale Stadium on October 20 2010 in Scottsdale Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
*Has anyone ever gone back and looked at all the top 50 or 100 prospects lists and seen who the best prospect prognosticators were?
It is good to see the Nationals farm system moving in the right direction, but the most important aspect is producing major league talent, and having a surplus of talent to produce more talent or sell off for more talent. --Sue Dinem from nationalsprospects.com
Bryce Harper has always been good at proving himself against talent three years his senior, and after a strong showing in the AFL the sky might be the limit this year for Harper, or at least that is what us fans hope for. --Mac at section409.com
There doesn't appear to be much to the rumor that the Nationals are trying for Sizemore and Carmona, Gonzalez's days might be numbered, and Nyjer has a lot to prove in 2011. --Bill Ladson from nationals.com
The biggest problem the Nationals faced was not getting enough men on base, and the main culprits sat atop the order. Moving forward the Nationals need to fix this and Desmond in the 2 hole for an entire season is only the beginning. --Ben Goessling from masnsports.com
When compared to some of the best of all time Desmond's defensive numbers in his first season are the worst, but some of these great struggled as well and it begs the question of where does Desmond stack up against an average short stop. --nationalsreview.com
Weather was a big deal in D.C. yesterday, and it has played a key roll in a few Nationals games. --Mark Zuckerman from natsinsider.com
Werth and Zimmerman recently found themselves in the owners box at a Caps game, and Ozzy was on the big screen in a Caps jersey. Maybe the Nationals can change their losing song to No More Tears. --Dan Steinberg in the D.C. Sports Bog
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